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Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master

2004
Aermacchi M-346  
Aircraft on photo: Alenia Aermacchi M-346 Master  
   
Manufacturer: Alenia Aermacchi S.p.A., Italy Max speed: 1.059 km/h (658 mph)   Length:
Type: lead-in fighter trainer Range: 1.981 km (1.230 mi) Span:
Description: highly modified Yak-130 version built under Ferry range: 2.722 km (1.691 mi) Height:
  joint venture agreement which uses exclu- Ceiling: 13.716 m (45.000 ft) Max weight:
  sively Western manufacturers equipment Climb rate: 112 m/s (22.000 ft/min)  Number built:
First flight: 2004 Crew: 2     
11,49 m      (37 ft 8 in)
9,72 m (31 ft 10 in)
4,76 m (15 ft 7 in)
9.500 kg   (20.945 lb) 
7 (2012)  
   
Engine:              2 × Honeywell F124-GA-200 turbofans     
Thrust:    2 x 28 kN (2 x 6.250 lbf)                           
Armament: Hardpoints: 9 (2 x on wingtips, 6 x on wings, 1 x centerline)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 3.300 kg (6.600 lb)    
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Ambrosini S.7 Freccia

1952
 
Aircraft on photo: Ambrosini S.7 Freccia                                                                                   Photo source: Aviastar  
   
Manufacturer: SAI Ambrosini, Italy Max speed: 360 km/h (224 mph)     Length:
Type: research aircraft Range: 1.000 km (620 mi) Span:
Description: Ambrosini S.7 modification with swept wings, Ferry range: NA   Height:
  a first step in building supersonic fighter project Ceiling: 5.250 m (17.224 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1952  Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2         
8,17 m      (26 ft 10 in)
7,50 m (24 ft 7 in)
2,80 m (9 ft 2 in)
1.300 kg   (2.866 lb) 
1  
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Engine:              1 × Alfa Romeo 115Ter piston engine     
Power:    1 x 168 kW (1 x 225 HP)                           
Armament: NA    
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Ambrosini Sagittario

1953
 
Aircraft on photo: Ambrosini Sagittario                                                               Photo source: Flickr by kitchener.lord  
   
Manufacturer: SAI Ambrosini, Italy Max speed: 560 km/h (350 mph)      Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 570 km (354 mi) Span:
Description: Ambrosini S.7 modification made mostly of  Endurance: 1 h 35 min   Height:
  wood and with swept wings and Turbomeca Ceiling: 8.000 m (26.427 ft) Take off weight:
  turbojet instead of piston engine  Climb rate: 6,06 m/s (1.200 ft/min) Number built:
First flight: 1953 Crew: 1     
9,32 m      (30 ft 7 in)
7,50 m (24 ft 7 in)
1,50 m (4 ft 11 in)
2.300 kg   (5.070 lb) 
1  
   
Engine:              1 × Turboméca Marboré turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 3,7 kN (1 x 840 lbf) thrust                            
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
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Ambrosini (Aerfer) Sagittario II

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Ambrosini (Aerfer) Sagittario II                                                                        Photo source: Internet  
   
Manufacturer: SAI Ambrosini, Italy Max speed: 1.050 km/h (652 mph) Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: 765 km (475 mi) Span:
Description: Sagittario all-metal development and first Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  Italian aircraft to exceed the speed of sound Ceiling: 12.000 m (39.370 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Climb rate: 40,62 m/s (7.997 ft/min)   Number built:
Crew: 1         
9,5 m      (31 ft 2 in)
7,50 m (24 ft 7 in)
2,02 m (6 ft 8 in)
3.293 kg   (7.260 lb) 
2  
   
Engine:              1 × Rolls-Royce Derwent 9 centrifugal-flow turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 16,2 kN (1 x 3.600 lbf)                           
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 2    
  Hardpoints capacity: 636 kg (1.402 lb)    
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Ambrosini (Aerfer) Ariete

1958
 
Aircraft on photo: Ambrosini (Aerfer) Ariete   
   
Manufacturer: Aerfer, Italy Max speed: 1.080 km/h (675 mph) Length:
Type: prototype fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: Sagittario 2 development with RR auxiliary Ferry range: NA   Height:
  turbojet engine which used a dorsal,  Ceiling: 12.000 m (39.360 ft) Gross weight:
  retractable intake and tail exhaust Climb rate: 44,45 m/s (8.750 ft/min)   Number built:
First flight: 1958 Crew: 1     
9,60 m      (31 ft 3 in)
7,50 m (24 ft 7 in)
3,28 m (10 ft 9 in)
3.535 kg   (7.793 lb) 
2  
   
Engines:             1 × Rolls-Royce Derwent 9 turbojet     
  1 × Rolls-Royce Soar (RSr 2) turbojet    
Thrust:    1 x 16,2 kN (1 x 3.640 lbf) Derwent                           
  1 x 8,025 kN (1 x 1.804 lbf) Soar    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
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Aerfer Leone

1960
 
Aircraft on photo: Aerfer Leone                                                                                              Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer: Aerfer, Italy Max speed: 2.115 km/h (1.314 mph) Length:
Type: prototype fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: Italian supersonic intereceptor project, Ariete Ferry range: NA   Height:
  development with mixed propulsion, canceled Ceiling: 24.500 m (80.381 ft) Max weight:
  due to political reasons and lack of funding Climb rate: 165 m/s (32.460 ft/min) Numb. built:
Canceled: 1960 Crew: 1     
11,20 m   (36 ft 8 in)
6,93 m (22 ft 9 in)
3,35 m (11 ft 0 in)
7.890 kg (17.394 lb) 
1   (80 % finished
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Engines:             1 x Bristol Siddeley Orpheus B.Or. 12 turbojet     
  1 x De Havilland Spectre rocket engine    
Thrust:    1 x 30,3 kN (1 x 6.812 lbf) thrust Orpheus                           
  1 x 40,2 kN (1 x 9.039 lbf) thrust Spectre    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 12,7 mm (2 x 0.5 in)    
  Harspoints: 2    
 
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Fiat G.91 prototype

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Fiat G.91 prototype 001                                                                        Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
Data for: Fiat G.91 prototype 001  
Manufacturer: Fiat Aviazione, Italy Max speed: NA        Length (without pitot):
Type: fighter-bomber Range: NA   Span:
Description: Fiat G.91 prototype easily distinguishible Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  by its long pitot tube Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1956 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1         
10,3 m      (33 ft 9 in)
8,56 m (28 ft 1 in)
NA  
NA    
3  
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Engine:                 1 × Bristol Siddeley Orpheus 801 turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 18,02 kN (1 x 4.050 lbf)                           
Armament: none    
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Fiat G.91

1956
 
Aircraft on photo: Fiat G.91R/1  
Data for: Fiat G.91R/3  
Manufacturer: Fiat Aviazione, Italy Max speed: 1.075 km/h (668 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-bomber Range: 1.150 km (715 mi) Span:
Description: Italian jet fighter that won NATO competition Ferry Range: 1.800 km (1.118 mi) Height:
  in 1953 and served with Italian, German and  Ceiling: 13.100 m (43.000 ft) Max weight:
  Portugese Air Force Climb rate: 30 m/s (6.000 ft/min)  Number built:
First flight: 1956 Crew: 1     
10,3 m      (33 ft 9 in)
8,56 m (28 ft 1 in)
4,00 m (13 ft 1 in)
5.500 kg (12.100 lb)
837  (total G.91)
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Engine:              1 × Bristol Siddeley Orpheus 803 turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                           
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 680 kg (1.500 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 4 x under wings    
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Fiat G.91 T

1960
 
Aircraft on photo: Fiat G.91T/1  
Data for: Fiat G.91T/3  
Manufacturer: Fiat Aviazione, Italy Max speed: 1.030 km/h (640 mph)      Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 1.150 km (715 mi) Span:
Description: Fiat G.91 trainer version for Italian and  Ferry Range: 1.800 km (1.118 mi) Height:
  German air force that was also used as  Ceiling: 12.200 m (40.026 ft) Max weight:
  a two-seat fighter  Climb rate: NA   Number built:
First flight: 1960 Crew: 2     
11,67 m      (38 ft 3 in)
8,56 m (28 ft 1 in)
4,45 m (14 ft 7 in)
5.500 kg (12.100 lb)
76 (T/1); 66 (T/3)
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Engine:                1 × Bristol Siddeley Orpheus 803 turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                           
Armament: Guns: 2 x 12,7 mm (2 x 0.5 in)    
  Hardpoints: 2 x under wings    
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Fiat G.91 PAN

1964
 
Aircraft on photo: Fiat G.91PAN  
Data for: Fiat G.91PAN  
Manufacturer: Fiat Aviazione, Italy Max speed: 1.075 km/h (668 mph) Length:
Type: aerobatic aircraft Range: 1.150 km (715 mi) Span:
Description: aerobatic plane converted from preproduction Ferry Range: 1.800 km (1.118 mi) Height:
  G.91s by stripping the weapons off & differing  Ceiling: 13.100 m (43.000 ft) Max weight:
  from regular G.91s by their fully pointed nose Climb rate: 30 m/s (6.000 ft/min) Numb. built:
First flight: 1958 (G.91 preproduction); 1964 (G.91 PAN) Crew: 1     
10,29 m   (33 ft 9 in)
8,56 m (28 ft 1 in)
3,99 m (13 ft 1 in)
5.670 kg  (12.500 lb)
27  (prep roduction)
16 (PAN)  
Engine:              1 × Bristol Siddeley Orpheus 803 turbojet                                                      More info / sources: 
Thrust:    1 x 22,2 kN (1 x 5.000 lbf)                          Museum of Flight
Armament: none   Million Monkey Theater
 
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Fiat G.91 Y

1966
 
Aircraft on photo: Fiat G.91Y  
Data for: Fiat G.91Y  
Manufacturer: Fiat Aviazione, Italy Max speed: 1.110 km/h (690 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-bomber Range: NA   Span:
Description: Fiat G.91 complete redesign with major  Ferry Range: 3.500 km (2.175 mi) Height:
  difference of having 2 instead of 1 jet engine Ceiling: 12.500 m (41.000 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1966 Climb rate: 86,36 m/s (17.000 ft/min) Number built:
Crew: 1         
11,67 m    (38 ft 3.5 in)
9,01 m (29 ft 7 in)
4,43 m (14 ft 6 in)
8.700 kg (19.180 lb)
67  
   
Engines            2 × General Electric J85-GE-13A turbojets     
Thrust:    2 x 11,1 kN (2 x 2.720 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 18,15 kN (2 x 4.080 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 1.814 kg (4.000 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 4 x under wings    
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Fiat Simulatore di gettosostentazione

1965
Fiat Simulatore di gettosostentazione  
Aircraft on photo: Fiat Simulatore di gettosostentazione                                                    Photo source: Avia Deja Vu  
   
Manufacturer: Fiat Aviazione, Italy Max speed: NA           Length:
Type: flying stand Range: NA   Span:
Description: hover rig built to test control systems for the planned Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  Fiat G.95 VTOL fighter, did not conclude free flight Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
First flight: 1965 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1         
NA      
NA  
NA  
NA   
1  
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Engines              2 x Rolls-Royce RB.108 lift turbojets     
Thrust:    2 x 9 kN (2 x 2.030 lbf)                           
Armament: none    
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Mitsubishi T-2

1971
-PZL-IAR-Atlas-Hispano-
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi T-2K  
Data for: Mitsubishi T-2K  
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi, Japan Max speed: 1.700 km/h (1.056 mph)   Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: NA   Span:
Description: first Japanese indigenous supersonic combat Ferry Range: 2.870 km (1.785 mi) Height:
  jet upon which F-1 fighter was developed Ceiling: 15.240 m (50.000 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1971 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 2         
17,85 m      (58 ft 7 in)
7,88 m (25 ft 10 in)
4,39 m (14 ft 5 in)
12.800 kg (28.219 lb)
   90  
   
Engines            2 × Ishikawa-Harima TF40-801A afterburning turbofans     
Thrust:    2 x 20,95 kN (2 x 4.710 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 31,76 kN (2 x 7.140 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.722 kg (6.000 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 3 (1 x centerline + 2 x under wings)    
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Mitsubishi T-2 CCV

1983
 
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi T-2CCV                                                                                     Photo source: Flyteam.jp  
   
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi, Japan Max speed: 1.204 km/h (656 mph)     Length:
Type: experimental fighter Range: NA   Span:
Description: experimental Control Configuration Vehicle  Ferry Range: 2.400 km (1.491 mi) Height:
  testbed with two canards and ventral fin  Ceiling: 14.800 m (48.556 ft) Max weight:
  bellow the fuselage to improve handling Climb rate: NA   Number built:
First flight: 1983 Crew: 2           More info/ sources:
17,85 m      (58 ft 7 in)
7,88 m (25 ft 10 in)
4,39 m (14 ft 5 in)
12.800 kg (28.219 lb)
   1  
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Engines            2 × Ishikawa-Harima TF40-801A afterburning turbofans     
Thrust:    2 x 22,75 kN (2 x 5.114 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 32,49 kN (2 x 7.304 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA    
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Mitsubishi FS-T2 Kai

1975
 
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi FS-T2 Kai  
   
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi, Japan Max speed: 1.700 km/h (1.056 mph) Length:
Type: fighter prototype Range: NA   Span:
Description: Mitsubishi F-1 prototype converted from Ferry Range: 2.870 km (1.785 mi) Height:
  existing T-2 plane & with rear canopy replaced Ceiling: 15.240 m (50.000 ft) Max weight:
  with a simple unglazed access hatch Climb rate: NA   Number built:
First flight: 1975 Crew: 1     
17,85 m      (58 ft 7 in)
7,88 m (25 ft 10 in)
NA  
NA  
2  
   
Engines            2 × Ishikawa-Harima TF40-801A afterburning turbofans     
Thrust:    2 x 20,95 kN (2 x 4.710 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 31,76 kN (2 x 7.140 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in)    
  Hardpoints: 7 (1 x centerline, 4 x under wings, 2 x on wingtips)    
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Mitsubishi F-1

1977
 
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi F-1  
   
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi, Japan Max speed: 1.700 km/h (1.056 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-bomber Combat range: 556 km (346 mi) Span:
Description: Japan's first post-World War II domestically Ferry Range: 2.870 km (1.785 mi) Height:
  developed and built jet fighter Ceiling: 15.240 m (50.000 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1975 (FS-T2); 1977 (F-1) Climb rate: 118 m/s (35.000 ft/min) Numb. built:
Crew: 1         
17,85 m      (58 ft 7 in)
7,88 m (25 ft 10 in)
4,48 m (14 ft 8 in)
13.674 kg (30.146 lb)
   77  
   
Engines            2 × Ishikawa-Harima TF40-801A afterburning turbofans      
Thrust:    2 x 22,8 kN (2 x 5.114 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 35,6 kN (2 x 8.003 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.722 kg (6.000 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 7 (1 x centerline, 4 x under wings, 2 x on wingtips)    
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Mitsubishi F-2

1995
 
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi F-2A  
Data for: Mitsubishi F-2A  
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan Max speed: 2.470 km/h (1.535 mph) Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 834 km (520 mi) Span:
Description: joint Mitsubishi and Lockheed program Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  heavily based on F-16 Agile Falcon proposal Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.000 ft) Max weight:
  of an enlarged F-16 Climb rate: 255 m/s (50.197 ft/min) Number built:
First flight: 1995 Crew: 1     
15,52 m     (50 ft 11 in)
11,13 m (36 ft 6 in)
4,69 m (15 ft 5 in)
18.100 kg (48.700 lb)
      98 (total F-2)
   
Engine             1 × General Electric F110-GE-129 turbofan     
Thrust:    1 x 75,5 kN (1 x 16.973 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 131,7 kN (1 x 29.607 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.085 kg (17.824 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 7    
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Mitsubishi F-2B

1996
 
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi F-2B  
Data for: Mitsubishi F-2B  
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan Max speed: 2.470 km/h (1.535 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: NA   Span:
Description: Mitsubishi F-2 trainer version that first flew Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  only few months after F-2A Ceiling: 18.000 m (59.000 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 1996 Climb rate: 255 m/s (50.197 ft/min)   Number built:
Crew: 2         
15,52 m     (50 ft 11 in)
11,13 m (36 ft 6 in)
4,69 m (15 ft 5 in)
18.100 kg (48.700 lb)
      98 (total F-2)
   
Engine             1 × General Electric F110-GE-129 turbofan     
Thrust:    1 x 75,5 kN (1 x 16.973 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 131,7 kN (1 x 29.607 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.79 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 8.085 kg (17.824 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 7    
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Mitsubishi X-2 Shinshin

2016
Mitsubishi X-2 Shin-Shin 1  
Aircraft on photo: Mitsubishi X-2                                                                      
   
Manufacturer: Mitsubishi Heavy Industries, Japan Max speed: Mach 2,25         Length:
Type: multirole stealth fighter Range: 2.900 km (1.802 mi) Span:
Description: Japanese fifth-generation jet fighter with Ferry Range: 3.200 km (1.988 mi) Height:
  advanced stealth technology Ceiling: NA   Weight:
First flight: 2016 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1     More info / sources:
14,17 m (46 ft 6 in)
9,10 m (29 ft 10 in)
4,51 m (14 ft 10 in)
8.000 kg (17.636 lb)
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Engines:                 2 × IHI XF5-1 turbofans     
Thrust:    2 x 98,07 kN (2 x 22.046 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 147,1 kN (2 x 33.069 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA    
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PZL TS-16 RD Grot                                                                                                         

1964
PZL TS-16 RD Grot  
Aircraft on photo: PZL TS-16RD Grot                                                                Photo source: You Tube by jawor 1410  
Data for: PZL TS-16RD Grot (prototype)  
Manufacturer: Polskie Zakłady Lotnicze (PZL), Poland Max speed: 1.460 km/h (907 mph)  Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: 2.200 km (1.367 mi) Span:
Description: first Polish supersonic plane, canceled Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  because of lack of political support Ceiling: 14.000 m (45.930 ft) Weight:
Canceled: 1964 Climb rate: 92 m/s (18.110 ft/min)   Number built:
Crew: 2        
14,40 m (47 ft 3 in)
7 m (23 ft 0 in)
3,90 m (12 ft 10 in)
4.945 kg   (10.900 lb)
1  
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Engine:               1 x Klimov RD-9B afterburning turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 25,48 kN (1 x 5.728 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 32,4 kN (1 x 7.284 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: NA    
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PZL TS-16 B Grot (mock up)    

1964
PZL TS-16 B Grot  
Aircraft on photo: PZL TS-16B Grot (mock up)                                                           Photo source: Zonamilitar.com.ar  
Data for: PZL TS-16B Grot  
Manufacturer: Polskie Zakłady Lotnicze (PZL), Poland Max speed: Mach 1,3   Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: NA   Span:
Description: PZL Grot twin engined production model Ferry Range: NA   Height:
Canceled: 1964 Ceiling: 14.000 m (45.930 ft)    Weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA    Number built:
13,0 m (42 ft 8 in)
7 m (23 ft 0 in)
3,90 m (12 ft 10 in)
4.945 kg   (10.900 lb)
 1  moock up
Engines             2 x WSK SO-2 afterburning turbojets     
Thrust:    2 x 9,8 kN (2 x 2.203 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 14,7 kN (2 x 3.305 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 23 mm (1 x 0.90 in)    
  Bombs and rockets    
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Global Security
Harpoon Databases
You Tube

 

 

IAR-93A Vultur

1974
IAR-93A  
Aircraft on photo: IAR-93A Vultur                                                                    Photo source: Forum.keypublishing.com  
Data for: IAR-93A Vultur  
Manufacturer: Avioane Craiova, Romania Max speed: 950 km/h (590 mph) Length (w.probe):
Type: strike fighter Comb. range: NA   Span:
Description: close support, ground-attack and tactical Ferry range: NA   Height:
  reconnaissance aircraft with secondary  Ceiling: 12.500 m (41.010 ft) Take off weight:
  capability as low level interceptor built Climb rate: 44 m/s (8.660 ft/min)   Number built:
  jointly with Yugoslavia (Soko Orao) First flight: 1974    Crew:
14,90 m      (48 ft 10 in)
9,30 m (30 ft 6 in)
4,52 m (14 ft 10 in)
8.282 kg   (18.260 lb) 
88 (Vultur);  115 (Orao)
1  
Engines            2 × Turbomecanica Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 632-41 turbojets     
Thrust:    2 x 17,79 kN (2 x 4.000 lbf)                           
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.91 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.500 kg  (5.511 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 5 (1 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings)    
More info / sources:
Aripi Argintii
Wikipedia
Airwar
 

 

 

IAR-93B Vultur

1985
IAR-93B Vultur  
Aircraft on photo: IAR-93B Vultur    
Data for: IAR-93B Vultur  
Manufacturer: Avioane Craiova, Romania Max speed: 1.089 km/h (680 mph) Length (w.probe):
Type: strike fighter Range: NA     Span:
Description: IAR-93 version with afterburning engines, Ferry Range: 1.320 km (820 mi)     Height:
  also it had no ventral fins compared to Ceiling: 13.600 m (44.608 ft) Max weight:
  IAR-93A and Orao Climb rate: 70 m/s (13.780 ft/min) Number built:
First flight: 1985 Crew: 1     
14,90 m      (48 ft 10 in)
9,30 m (30 ft 6 in)
4,52 m (14 ft 10 in)
11.080 kg   (24.427 lb) 
27 (IAR-93B)  
   
Engines            2 × Turbomecanica/Orao-built Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 633-47 afterburning turbojets     
Thrust:    2 x 17,79 kN (2 x 4.000 lbf) dry thrust                           
  2 x 22,24 kN (2 x 5.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.91 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 2.500 kg  (5.511 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 5 (1 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings)    
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
World of Warplanes
Scribd
Flugzeug Info
 

 

 

IAR-93DC Vultur

1977
IAR-93DC Vultur  
Aircraft on photo: IAR-93DC Vultur    
Data for: IAR-93DC Vultur  
Manufacturer: Avioane Craiova, Romania Max speed: 1.130 km/h (702 mph)  Length(w.probe):
Type: fighter-trainer Range: NA   Span:
Description: Vuiltur training and reconnaissance version Ferry range: NA   Height:
First flight: 1977 Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.210 ft) Max weight:
Crew: 2 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
15,38 m      (50 ft 6 in)
9,30 m (30 ft 6 in)
4,52 m (14 ft 10 in)
11.080 kg   (24.427 lb) 
17  
Engines            2 × Turbomecanica/Orao-built Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 633-47 afterburning turbojets            More info: 
Thrust:    2 x 17,79 kN (2 x 4.000 lbf) dry thrust     
  2 x 22,24 kN (2 x 5.000 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 23 mm (2 x 0.91 in)   Source:
  Hardpoints: 5 (1 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings)    
Wikipedia
World of Warplanes
Airwar
Danut Vlad: IAR-93 and
Orao, Balkan Warrior

 

 

IAR-93DC Vultur "canards"

1991
IAR-93DC canards  
Aircraft on photo: IAR-93DC Vultur #600  
Data for: IAR-93DC Vultur #600  
Manufacturer: Avioane Craiova, Romania Max speed: 1.100 km/h (680 mph) Length (w.probe):
Type: experimental strike fighter Range: NA    Span:
Description: IAR-93 version with small canards to shorten Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  take-off distance and to improve its turn Ceiling: 15.000 m (49.210 ft) Weight:
  performance Climb rate: NA    Number built:
First flight: 1991 Crew: 2       More info:
15,38 m      (50 ft 6 in)
9,30 m (30 ft 6 in)
4,52 m (14 ft 10 in)
11.080 kg   (24.427 lb) 
1  
Aripi Argintii  
Engines            2 × Turbomecanica/Orao-built Rolls-Royce Viper Mk 633-47 afterburning turbojets             
Thrust:    2 x 17,79 kN (2 x 4.000 lbf) dry thrust      
  2 x 22,24 kN (2 x 5.000 lbf) with afterburner   Source:
Armament: Hardpoints: 5 (1 x under fuselage + 4 x under wings)    
Keypublishing
Keypublishing
Danut Vlad: IAR-93 and
Orao, Balkan Warrior

 

 

IAR 95 Spey (mock up)

1988
 
Aircraft on photo: IAR 95 Spey                                                                                               Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer: Avioane Craiova, Romania Max speed: up to Mach 2   Length:
Type: fighter Range: 3.765 km (2.339 mi)     Span:
Description: Romanian project to produce a supersonic Ferry Range: NA      Height:
  fighter jet for the Romanian Air Force, Ceiling: NA   Max weight:
  canceled due to lack of funding Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Canceled: 1988 Crew: 2     
16,0 m (52 ft 6 in)
9,3 m (30 ft 6 in)
5,45 m (17 ft 11 in)
15.200 kg  (33.510 lb)
  1  mock up
   
Engine              1 × Tumansky R-29-300 with afterburner     
Thrust:    1 x 81.4 kN (1 x 18,300 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 122 kN (1 x 27.500 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Hardpoints capacity: 3.200 kg (7.055 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 4  x under wings    
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Wikipedia
Rumania Military
Facut In Romania
 

 

Aerosud SuperMirage F1

1991
Aerosud Super Mirage F1AZ  
Aircraft on photo: Aerosud SuperMirage F1                                                                        Photo source: Avcom.co.za  
   
Manufacturer: Aerosud, South Africa Max speed: Mach 1,8   Length:
Type: fighter Range: 2.250 km (1.400 mi)    Span:
Description: Mirage F1AZ re-engined with adapted Russian Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  Klimov RD-33 engine (used also in MiG-29) Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.775 ft) Weight:
First flight: 1991 Climb rate: NA    Number built:
Crew: 1        
15,0 m    (49 ft 3 in)
8,40 m (27 ft 7 in)
4,50 m (14 ft 9 in)
NA  
1  
More info / sources:
Engine              1 × Klimov SMR-95 afterburning turbofans     
Thrust:    2 x 81,4 kN (2 x 18.300 lbf) with afterburner                           
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints: 4 x underwing, 1 x centerline, 2 x wingtip    
Airliners.net
Bayou Renaissance Man
Aerosud
Wikipedia

 

 

Atlas Cheetah D

1985
 
Aircraft on photo: Atlas Cheetah D      
   
Manufacturer: Atlas Aviation, South Africa Max speed: 2.350 km/h (1.460 mph) Length:
Type: fighter-trainer Range: NA     Span:
Description: Cheetah version which was first developed, Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  during 90-92 it served also as nuclear strike Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.750 ft) Weight:
  fighter Climb rate: 233 m/s (45.950 ft/min)   Number built:
First flight: 1985 Crew: 2    
16,18 m    (53 ft 1 in)
8,22 m (27 ft 0 in)
4,50 m (14 ft 9 in)
13.600 kg   (29.982 lb)
16  
   
Engine             1 × Snecma Atar 9K50C afterburning turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 49,03 kN (1 x 11.022 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 70,82 kN (1 x 15.920 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 4.400 kg (8.800 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 5    
More info / sources:
SA Air Force
Military Today
Military Factory
Wikipedia
Defense Web

 

 

Atlas Cheetah E

1987
Atlas Cheetah E  
Aircraft on photo: Atlas Cheetah E  
   
Manufacturer: Atlas Aviation, South Africa Max speed: 2.338 km/h (1.450 mph)      Length:
Type: fighter-interceptor Range: 1.200 km (745 mi)    Span:
Description: significantly modified Mirage IIIEZ with Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  many Kfir features and different nose cone Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.750 ft) Weight:
First flight: 1987 Climb rate: NA   Number built:
Crew: 1        
15,65 m    (51 ft 3 in)
8,22 m (27 ft 0 in)
4,55 m (14 ft 11 in)
13.700 kg   (30.200 lb)
16  
   
Engine             1 x SNECMA Atar 9C-3 turbojet                              
Thrust:    1 x 41,97 kN (1 x 9.435 lbf) dry thrust    
  1 x 60,80 kN (1 x 13.675 lbf) with afterburner   Source:
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)   Modern Military Aircraft, Jim Winchester,
  Hardpoints capacity: 4.000 kg (8.800 lb)   Grange Books, 2004
More info/ sources:
Airwar
Military Today
Military Factory
Wikipedia

 

 

Atlas Cheetah C

1992
 
Aircraft on photo: Atlas Cheetah C  
   
Manufacturer: Atlas Aviation, South Africa Max speed: 2.350 km/h (1.460 mph) Length:
Type: multirole fighter Range: 1.300 km (808 mi)    Span:
Description: ultimate Cheetah development with new Ferry Range: 2.600 km (1.616 mi) Height:
  nose, radar, avionics, navigation and Ceiling: 17.000 m (55.750 ft) Weight:
  upgraded engine Climb rate: 233 m/s (45.950 ft/min)     Number built:
First flight: 1992 Crew: 1    
15,55 m    (51 ft 0 in)
8,22 m (27 ft 0 in)
4,50 m (14 ft 9 in)
13.700 kg   (30.200 lb)
38  
   
Engine              1 × Snecma Atar 9K50C-11 afterburning turbojet     
Thrust:    1 x 49,03 kN (1 x 11.022 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 70,82 kN (1 x 15.920 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 2 x 30 mm (2 x 1.18 in)    
  Hardpoints capacity: 4.400 kg (8.800 lb)    
  Hardpoints: 5    
More info / sources:
Wikipedia
Military Today
Military Factory
Airwar
 

 

 

KAI T-50 Golden Eagle

2002
Kai T-50 Golden Eagle  
Aircraft on photo: KAI T-50 Golden Eagle  
   
Manufacturer: Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), South Korea Max speed: 1.715 km/h (1.065 mph)   Length:
Type: multirole light fighter Range: 1.851 km (1.150 mi) Span:
Description: South Korean supersonic advanced trainer Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  acting also as light fighter, first South Korean Ceiling: 16.760 m (55.000 ft) Weight:
  supersonic jet Climb rate: NA      Numb. built:
First flight: 2002 Crew: 1    
12,98 m    (42 ft 7 in)
9,17 m (30 ft 1 in)
4,78 m (15 ft 8 in)
13.500 kg   (29.700 lb)
82  
   
Engine             1 × General Electric F404 afterburning turbofan     
Thrust:    1 x 53,07 kN (11.925 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 78,7 kN (17.700 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.787 in)    
  Hardpoints: 7 (1 x under fuselage, 4 x under wings, 2 x on wingtips)    
More info/ sources:
Wikipedia
Wikipedia
Airforce Technology
Military Factory

 

 

KAI FA-50 Golden Eagle

2011
KAI_FA-50  
Aircraft on photo: KAI FA-50 Golden Eagle                                                                             Photo source: Wikipedia  
   
Manufacturer: Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), South Korea Max speed: 1.715 km/h (1.065 mph)   Length:
Type: light attack fighter Range: 1.851 km (1.150 mi) Span:
Description: KAI T-50 development built to replace aging Ferry Range: NA   Height:
  South Korean F-5 fleet Ceiling: 16.760 m (55.000 ft) Weight:
First flight: 2011 Climb rate: NA      Numb. built:
Crew: 2        
13,13 m    (43 ft 1 in)
9,45 m (31 ft 0 in)
4,94 m (16 ft 2 in)
12.384 kg   (27.300 lb)
1 (A-50; 1 (FA-50)
   
Engine             1 × General Electric F404-GE-102 afterburning turbofan     
Thrust:    1 x 53,07 kN (11.925 lbf) dry thrust                           
  1 x 78,7 kN (17.700 lbf) with afterburner    
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0.787 in)    
  Hardpoints: 7 (1 x under fuselage, 4 x under wings, 2 x on wingtips)    
More info/ sources:
Defence.pk
Korea Aero
Defense Technology News
Global Security

 

 

KAI KF-X

2020
kf-x-model  
Aircraft on photo: KAI KF-X                                                                                                   Photo source: Ainonline.com  
   
Manufacturer: Korea Aerospace Industries (KAI), South Korea Max speed: 2.500 km?h (1.553 mph) Length:
Type: stealth multirole fighter Range: 3.800 km (2.361 mi) Span:
Description: South Korean 4,5 generation fighter Fer.Range: NA   Height:
  currently under development Ceiling: 19.800 m (64.961 ft) Max weight:
First flight: 2020 (estimate) Climb rate: 305 m/s (60.000 ft/min)  Numb. built:
Crew: 1        
16 m        (52 ft 6 in)
11 m (36 ft 1 in)
5,25 m (17 ft 3 in)
23.000 kg (50.706 lb)
in develo pment
   
Engines:               2 × GE F144 turbofans with afterburner                                                           More info/ sources:
Thrust:    2 x 89 kN (2 x 20.000 lbf) with afterburner (est) Flight Global
Armament: Guns: 1 x 20 mm (1 x 0,787 im) Wikipedia
 
Flight Global
Military Factory

 

 

 

 

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